In case you want to relive the week before Ohio State’s devastating loss to Michigan in its final regular-season game, here are the links to everything Buckeye Sports Bulletin posted about the Wolverines.
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day said the Buckeyes are focusing on themselves as they prepare to travel to Ann Arbor on Saturday for the 117th edition of The Game.
It’s officially rivalry week. The No. 2 Buckeyes will face No. 5 Michigan in The Game on Saturday afternoon. Ohio State coaches joined Jim Lachey and Paul Keels to preview the matchup on 97.1 The Fan.
I don’t know what to tell you, it’s the Michigan preview. You know the drill.
These weren’t right, so you cant skip this article if you want.
The biggest storyline entering the game, and deservedly so, is Michigan’s pass rush, led by end Aidan Hutchinson and edge rusher David Ojabo is among the nation’s best, racking up 20 sacks just between the two of them. Ohio State has a pair of future NFL tackles in Nicholas Petit-Frere and Dawand Jones, but they’ve yet to face rushers like this.
Ohio State will be without a starting cornerback and backup running back against Michigan, with Sevyn Banks and Master Teague III missing the contest with undisclosed injuries.
Hassan Haskins ran for five touchdowns when No. 5 Michigan defeated second-ranked Ohio State 42-27 in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Saturday to end an eight-game losing streak to the Buckeyes.